Aguila de Osa is situated next to the Drake Bay river mouth, perched atop a rocky hill overlooking the ocean, and Drake Bay. The hotel is surrounded by lush tropical jungle and large rainforest trees, giving the sense of the ultimate Drake Bay Experience. Aguila de Osa has a large open air restaurant and bar, where the three meals are served daily. Food by the way is excellent and they are included in the package price.
The hotel has its own fleet of boats that are sued to run the trips to Corcovado National park and the Sirena Ranger Station. The packages also include free pick up from Drake Bay airstrips and from Sierpe, in case you arrive by land transport. The Drake Bay airstrip is located at only 15 minutes buy boat from the hotel.
The hotel has two types for rooms, all of them tastefully designed using local fallen hardwood trees and the best construction materials. Each unit is extremely spacious, and some offer breathtaking panoramic views. The rooms come with a King and Queen size bed with 300-thread count linens, Ceiling fans, spacious bathrooms with showers accented with Italian tiles, all amenities inside the bathrooms, hair dryers, complimentary WiFi internet, free phone calls both local and international, room coffee maker, mini fridge with snacks and daily housemaid service.
Aguila de Osa s most popular package is the 3 nights and 4 days jungle experience, which will take you to the two most amazing highlights in the Osa Peninsula, the famous Corcovado National Park and the infamous Cano Island, which is famous for its clear waters, great snorkeling and scuba diving. Both tours are full day expeditions that include lunch, boat transfers, entrances and a very knowledgeable guide.
This package includes all the necessary transfers from Palmar Sur or Drake Bay airport welcome cocktail, lodging in standard or suites, all the meals, 1 full day tour to Corcovado and one full day trips to Cano Island, appetizers before dinner and free kayak use to explore the river.
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